Prevention, Prehabilitation, & Performance

Physical Therapy and Post-Surgical Rehabilitation

Dry Needling

Expert Treatment for:

    • Prehabilitation
    • Performance
    • Speed training
    • Clavicular injuries
    • Impingement
    • Rotator cuff and labral injuries
    • Prehabilitation and post-surgical rehabilitation
    • Scapular dysfunction
    • Pain and other conditions.
    • Tennis Elbow
    • Golfer’s Elbow
    • UCL Rupture
    • Pain and other conditions
    • Groin injuries
    • Hip bursitis
    • IT Band
    • Hamstring injuries
    • Impingement
    • Prehabilitation and post-surgical rehabilitation
    • Pain and other conditions
    • LCL
    • ACL
    • MCL
    • Meniscus
    • Quadriceps rupture
    • Patellar injuries
    • Prehabilitation and post-surgical rehabilitation
    • Pain and other conditions
    • Achilles tendonitis
    • Achilles rupture
    • Shin splints
    • Ankle instability
    • Ankle strains
    • Ankle sprains
    • Prehabilitation and post-surgical rehabilitation
    • Pain and other conditions
    • Sesamoiditis
    • 1st ray stiffness
    • Pain and other conditions
    • 1st rib dysfunction
    • Cervicogenic headaches
    • Herniated disc
    • Stiffness
    • Pain and other conditions
    • Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
    • Facet joint dysfunction
    • Strains
    • Sprains
    • Pain and other conditions
    • Acute, post concussive symptoms
    • Temporal headaches
    • Jaw pain

Treatment Techniques:

Hands on techniques such as effleurage, petrissage, myofascial release, manual traction, passive range of motion, manual resistance, and manual trigger point therapy to decrease muscle hypertonicity and increase soft tissue mobility.

Joint mobilization and manipulation increases extremity and spine mobility.

Dry needling is a skilled intervention that uses a thin filiform (threadlike) needle to penetrate the skin and stimulate underlying myofascial trigger points, muscular, and connective tissues for the management of neuromusculoskeletal pain and movement impairments – APTA.

Blood flow restricted training is a controlled muscle strengthening and hypertrophy activity that restricts arterial bloodflow during functional exercise.

Graston Technique ® (GT) is a form of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM), used commonly to increase range of motion.

Selective functional movement corrects dysfunction.

Therapeutic exercise consists of functional exercises to develop strength, endurance, aerobic conditioning, range of motion, and flexibility.

Therapeutic activity involves hands-on dynamic interventions to improve functional performance of activities of daily living including functional task training (eg. lifting, carrying, pulling, bending, reaching, grasping, throwing, squatting, and transfer training.

Neuromuscular re-education of movement helps balance, coordination, kinesthetic sense, posture, stabilization, and proprioception for sitting and/or standing activities.

Sports taping protects, supports, and enhances joint or muscle action.

Self-care includes: safety procedures; instruction in the use of assistive devices, technology, and adaptive equipment; and patient education in optimally performing and modifying (if necessary) functional activities.